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John Zucchi

John Zucchi is a professor in the Department of History and Classical Studies at McGill University. He is a Senior Editor with McGill-Queen's University Press and General Editor of McGill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History. Zucchi is the National Coordinator in Canada of the international Catholic movement, Communion and Liberation.

Bio last modified November 12th, 2012.
Articles by John Zucchi
  • A Canadian Home in Rome

    John Zucchi

    The Canadian Pontifical College in Rome celebrates its 125th anniversary. McGill historian John Zucchi delves into the details of its daily life.

  • The Light of Faith: Faith and Friendship

    John Zucchi

    I cannot separate the reading of this encyclical from a number of encounters I had this summer because they, like Lumen Fidei, accompanied me along my path and helped me to move forward in my life. Without these encounters, I would have had difficulty being touched by the encyclical—yes, touched, because to know its contents is not to know it.

  • Teach Your Children Well

    John Zucchi

    It is not enough to teach our children about faith, says John Zucchi. We need to teach them to search for meaning in every action.

  • Standing Up To Power

    John Zucchi

    When Quebec politicians are assaulting religious freedom in private schools, daycares and even private assemblies it's time to get off our knees.

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